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Reviews of NYC’s Nolitan Hotel

Bitsmag

Bitsmag

Boa opção de hotel design na região mais vanguarda de Manhattan

Difícil dizer o que é mais interessante no hotel Nolitans de N.York. Se você gosta de um clima “low-key”, discreto, este é o hotel para você na cidade. Localizado na região de No-Li-Ta (North of Little Italy) o Nolitan está perto do Soho, do Lower East Side, do East Village, de Tribeca, de Wall Street e mesmo do Brooklyn, já que a ponte Williamsburg fica a poucas quadras do hotel. O estilo é contemporâneo, criado pela dupla de arquitetos Grzywinski e Ponds. O edifício é novo em folha com apartamentos standard e suítes de esquina. Os quartos são super confortáveis e modernos e alguns têm varanda. A vista pode ser de frente para o norte de Manhattan ou lateral, para Williamsburg.

Entre os mimos dos quartos estão os produtos de spa Red Flower e tapetinhos de yoga. O hotel oferece passes para aulas de yoga numa academia que fica bem perto. A TV plana de 37 polegadas tem serviço “on demand” com filmes que estão passando nos cinemas, um mimo que está em praticamente todos os hotéis bacanas dos Estados Unidos.

No térreo está a Cantine Parisiene do chef Marcel Agnez. É comida francesa contemporânea em clima informal. O lobby tem jeito de sala de estar e o staff é super delicado. A região tem muitos restaurantes para todos os gostos, basta dizer que Little Italy e Chinatown estão a poucas quadras do Nolitans.

A área de No-Li-Ta é muito interessante. Nas ruas próximas, como a Elizabeth Street, na esquina do hotel, estão boutiques cheias de personalidade e restaurantes e bares frequentados pelo pessoal mais alteando de N.York. Na Bowery está o New Museum que mostra o que há de mais vanguarda na arte contemporânea. No Lower East Side se pode encontrar clubes noturnos, bares, restaurantes e lojas com aquele toque nova-iorquino que só esse lado leste de Manhattan ainda conserva.

Washington Post

Washington Post

By Carol Sottili,

Published: January 23, 2013

A biweekly staff review of East Coast and regional lodgings.

Perhaps I’ve stayed at too many so-called boutique hotels with emaciated desk clerks sporting permanently pursed lips, outdoor signage designed for a game of hide-and-seek, and lobbies dark enough to hide the infrequency of cleaning. So it was with a bit of trepidation that I pushed the reserve button for a night at the Nolitan, a self-described “boutique luxury” hotel in one of those hipster Manhattan neighborhoods called Nolita (short for North of Little Italy).

After a debacle of a trip from Penn Station involving closed roads, gridlocked traffic, a surly cabbie and a final mile-long walk with luggage, I spied the small but clearly visible neon Nolitan sign. A receptionist with a big smile stood in the well-lit lobby and cheerfully asked about my trip. As I told Dylan an abridged version of my sad tale, his colleague asked whether I wanted red, white or sparkling. Armed with a big glass of wine, a handful of gourmet jelly beans and the promise of a plate of snacks to come, I headed to my room with a vastly improved attitude. My notions of urban boutique were definitely being challenged.

Housed in a new and dramatic industrial-glass-and-concrete building, the independently owned Nolitan, which opened in 2011, doesn’t need a big sign to stand out in this older corner of New York. The designers, unconstrained by historic building retrofitting, molded the new construction into nine floors of contemporary comfort.

Smallish but not claustrophobic rooms, which come in eight configurations, sport modern architectural details, including huge windows with frosted glass, concrete ceilings and wide-paneled oak floors. Some rooms even have small bench-equipped balconies with views of the Empire State Building and the Williamsburg Bridge.

Interior design is uncluttered and efficient. Black, gray and white predominate, with a red cashmere bed throw serving as a welcome accent. A small closet holds a fridge, an umbrella and a yoga mat. The fairly priced mini-bar offers everything from Kit Kat candy bars ($2.75) to St. Germain Elderflower liqueur ($6). The white subway-tiled bathroom is stocked with terry robes, red slippers and locally based Red Flower products. Plus it offers an amenity that many hip hotels shun — the very welcome lighted makeup mirror.

The room lighting in general is more than adequate, although the painted red hallways are just a few lumens brighter than night light. I can fault only one goofy design element that seems to be a boutique-hotel fave: The glass wall between the shower and the bedroom, which in my room lined up perfectly with the toilet and the lone clear glass pane overlooking the apartment building opposite. Reminder to self: Don’t forget to pull the drapes before taking a seat.

Welcoming common areas include a rooftop with sweeping views, including an unencumbered look at the new One World Trade Center building. A sunken lobby lounge with caramel-colored leather seating offers a library of art, film and design books, including several for children by artist-turned-author Hervé Tullet, plus board games such as Sorry! and Monopoly. For the electronics-involved, the hotel lends out laptops, iPads and gaming systems. And if you’re looking for physical activity, bikes, skateboards and passes to a nearby 24-hour gym are available.

The hotel’s generosity extends to a free evening Sips & Savories happy hour, which I was lucky enough to stumble into upon arriving. Cheeses, olives, nuts, grapes, apricots and crackers washed down by chardonnay, pinot noir or sparkling rosé are a nice way to start the night. And for those who don’t want to leave the building, meals can be had either at Cantine Parisienne, an upscale French bistro that opens to the hotel lobby, or you can order from any of 15 area restaurants through guest services, and they’ll send an employee on bike to retrieve and deliver right to your room.

I take advantage of another Nolitan perk, the 1 p.m. checkout, by sleeping in and then, fortified with a cup of the bistro’s wonderfully strong French coffee, people-watching in the hotel lobby. I listen as three skinny 40-somethings speaking French, a young couple with a cherubic baby in a Swedish stroller and an older woman wearing a Vera Bradley backpack happily interact with the hotel staff. I check out reluctantly, thinking that maybe this boutique stuff isn’t so bad after all.

Washington Post

HELLO! Middle East

HELLO! Middle East

June 2014

Located in the hipster-luxe enclave of Nolita (North of Little Italy), The Nolitan is the first luxury boutique hotel in Manhattan to open in this authentic downtown district. It’s just a few blocks from the boutiques and galleries of SoHo, the restaurants and nightlife of The Bowery and the emerging café culture of the East Village. With it’s rock star/artist vibe, handsome staff and public Manhattan loft-style spaces, The Nolitan is the last word in cool in a neighbourhood that already claims plenty of it. Rooms are compact, yet functional with clean, masculine lines, abundant natural light and industrial features such as concrete pillars and exposed ceilings. This is what your Manhattan apartment would look like if you were Tom Ford’s assistant. The concept of staying at The Nolitan is built around making you feel at home. Guests kick back in the evening and mingle in the bar as the staff – who look like they have just walked off an American Apparel ad – chat freely and pass on insider tips while frequently refreshing a cocktail offering of snacks and smooth beverages. During daylight hours, guests can rent in-house bicycles and – wait for it – skateboards, or borrow one of the hotel’s complimentary iPads or laptops. Should you need to occupy the little people, The Nolitan has Xbox-es, Playstations and Wiies in plentiful supply. And for those who can’t bear the thought of travelling without their fourlegged friends, the hotel offers special services for pets such as a basket of toys and treats designed just for furry friends. While service and style are some of the hallmarks of traditional boutique luxury, at the forefront of this new era of luxe travel is also the ability to provide exceptional value. The Notiltan offers this in spades with discounts to neighbourhood restaurants, boutiques and entertainment as well as special offers through Dale Style – a personal shopping service (dalestyle. com). And with rooms starting from less than $200 a night, this terribly hip little bolt hole is possibly downtown Manhattan’s best kept secret. Who stays here? The style-conscious antiestablishment. Where is it? Corner of Kenmare and Elizabeth St, Nolita. Standout feature: The industrial chic exterior and ultra-hip 70s style logo.

Lucy Will Show You

Lucy Will Show You
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May 2014

Charm & Character at The Nolitan Hotel, NYC

 If you want to immerse yourself in the heart of the most vibrant area of Manhattan stay with the Nolitan Hotel, if only for a couple of nights. My second night in New York was spent here, and after a busy couple of days I was excited to be back in my favourite part of town, Nolita. Read More...

 

Cereal Magazine

Cereal Magazine

December 2013

Stay at the Nolitan and you’ll quickly feel like a local. This 55-room boutique hotel is set amid residential Nolita and is within walking distance to Soho, the Lower East Side, Chinatown, Little Italy, and the East Village, which puts you at the crossroads of cool. The hotel evokes a lived-in feel with clean, masculine design details that conjure your own (albeit much more stylish) flat. As part of their above and beyond amenities, you can even rent a bicycle, skateboard, video game system, or iPad for the duration of your stay.

Dutch Red

Dutch Red

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design bikes lenen.

Globetrotter Girls

Globetrotter Girls

The Nolitan is a boutique hotel without being precious, for better or worse. The building itself is stylish, with a mix of raw concrete ceilings and wooden floors, and the dark, sleek facade gives it serious presence on a corner on Kenmare Street in Nolita, or the area ‘North of Little Italy’. Just a five-minute walk to two subway stations, Kenmare is also the feeder street to the Williamsburg Bridge, which leads right over to the trendiest of Brooklyn’s neighborhoods.

Here in Nolita, you have a great neighborhood vibe in lower Manhattan without any of the tourist trap experience you might get with a stay in Midtown or Times Square

http://globetrottergirls.com/2013/10/where-to-stay-in-new-york-city-the-nolitan-hotel/

Toupie

Toupie

Pour cette troisième fois à NYC, nous avons choisi de retourner au même hôtel que la dernière fois : LE NOLITAN

On en était tellement content qu'on tenait à y reposer nos valises. L'emplacement est idéal, en plein coeur de Nolita et permet de se balader à pied dans tout le sud de Manhattan. Vous pourrez donc arpenter les rues, vous arrêtez devant tous les petits restaurants aux odeurs alléchantes et découvrir des boutiques de créateurs bien inspirés. En comparaison, je trouve que ce quartier ressemble beaucoup au Marais.

Nous avions déjà séjourné dans un hôtel aux abords de Central Parc mais nous avions trouvé les alentours moins "authentiques" et beaucoup plus touristiques.

Et autre point fort du Nolitan : des vélos sont à votre disposition, vous permettant de vadrouiller à votre guise. De plus, il est à deux pas du Williamsburg Bridge, vous permettant de relier Brooklyn et de vous balader dans Williamsburg, un quartier à ne surtout pas rater.

Si vous comptez allez à Manhattan, vous pouvez également consultez des avis et dénicher les meilleur prix pour des hôtels sur Holidaycheck (où le Nolitan figure)

Quant à moi, je reviens vers vous très vite avec toutes mes adresses

(Restaurants, boutiques, ...)

Petite Passport

Petite Passport

Most striking feature:

The service at this hotel is the best. Before I went there I read on TripAdvisor that they brought a forgotten laptop to the owner who was already at a subway station on the other side of town – ready to leave New York. A few days before you arrive you receive a kind mail to welcome you in the hotel already and to make sure you get the best stay they can by arranging restaurant reservations, bike rentals and even  Read more…

Design Love Fest

Design Love Fest

AUGUST 2013

The Gilded Lobster

The Gilded Lobster

April 2013

Away from home, a clean room, comfortable bed, and decent food are the bare minimum required by most guests. However, for discerning individuals looking for an experience far more fulfilling, a new wave of boutique hotels is the perfect answer to our travel prayers.

Tucked in Nolita (‘North of Little Italy’), The Nolitan, is a relative newcomer to the age-old hustle and bustle of New York City, having opened its doors in 2011. Nonetheless, this stylish hotel offers design-hungry guests the ingredients of a perfect stay- cutting-edge architecture, modern interiors, culinary comfort and an abundance of complimentary perks (including bicycle and skateboard rentals for cruising the city streets in style).

The structure itself, designed by the architectural team at Grzywinski+Pons, is testament to excellence, predicated on quality, beauty, innovation, and a rigorous approach to detail. Married with interiors by Meyers Davis, a firm renowned for its chic, modern aesthetic, The Nolitan is a recipe for design and travel success.

During a recent stay, we fell in love with this neighborhood gem, tucked among some of our favorite Nolita shoppes and eateries. The hotel’s newest culinary addition, Cantine Parisienne, went straight after our heart; nothing better than cozying up to cocktails at a Carrera marble bar, outfitted beautifully with Tolix stools and Brendan Ravenhill lighting. A pinch of France on Kenmare Street? Mais oui!

Because The Nolitan is unquestionably too good to call our own, we’re thrilled to share the experience! Readers of Around the Pound, and fans of The Gilded Lobster, can enjoy a summer savings of 10% off The Nolitan’s best available rate, along with a late checkout of 2pm, (critical for surviving late night adventures). To take advantage of this offer, call the hotel directly for reservations, 212.925.2555, and mention code: The Gilded Lobster (TGL).

Enjoy your stay, and be sure to share your comments on our fan page. We’d love to hear what you enjoyed most about The Nolitan (not to worry, chic lighting and tufted chesterfields are on our list too).

*Valid for travel through September 3rd, 2013. Standard 48hr cancellation applies. Offer based on availability. Blackout dates may apply. Offer may not be combined with any additional promotion.

- See more at: http://www.thegildedlobster.com/blog/food/nolitanhotel/#sthash.ldjIy3LG.dpuf

Grazia (Italy)

Grazia (Italy)

No. 37  2012: L'Hotel a New York? È Nuovo di Zecca

Ogni anno, nuove architetture e restauri sperimentali di edifici troppo a lungo dimenticati fioriscono in ogni quartiere...Tutti belli e confortevoli. Ma al check out non rovinatevi la vacanza guardando il conto...A NoLIta (North of Little Italy), groviglio di strade tra le più vive e interessanti dell’intera città, non poteva mancare un albergo che ne incarnasse lo spirito giovane e frizzante. Ecco quindi, un nuovo edificio super-contemporaneo pronto a ospitare 55 camere minimali ed accoglienti con tocchi di cemento lasciato grezzo, in perfetto stile metropolitano. Il rooftop può ospitare fino a 80 persone, ed è possibile prenotarlo per organizzare feste private.

Revista Living

Revista Living

July 2012 No. 79: En el Centro del Mundo

Vivir a pocas cuadras de acá me resultó benefi- cioso para redondear el proyecto de este hotel: por una comprensión especial del lugar y por un elemento afectivo, fue prácticamente como ha- cer una intervención en mi casa”, nos cuenta el joven y talentoso arquitecto Matthew Grzywinski cuando nos explica cómo pensó The Nolitan, el hotel que toma su nombre de la pequeñísima zona North of Little Italy en la que se ubica. “En este sitio, que está sobre una avenida que conser- va muchos edificios históricos, antes había una playa de estacionamiento. Con mi socio, Amador Pons, sabíamos que hacer algo de cero iba a generar una reacción, sobre todo porque acá se espera que las cosas sean especiales. Un objetivo fundamental fue no hacer un facsímil de algo viejo, sino algo real, bien 2011, que no por ello resultara frío o no respetara el contexto”, explica. “La respuesta fue muy buena: tuvimos críticas altamente positivas en los medios y algo que nos sorprendió bastante: nos llegaron al estudio muchísimos mails de huéspedes. Que un usuario quiera comunicarse con el arquitecto es algo muy nuevo, muy de red social, que va un poco más allá de lo encantado que te hayas quedado con la hospitalidad. Me parece que pasa por una conciencia y apreciación del diseño que hasta hace un tiempo el público general no tenía.”... “La idea, al hacer el hotel, fue que te sintieras incluido, antes que un turista; hacer algo amigable, tanto desde el espa- cio como desde el servicio; que te sintiera como en casa pero no en tu casa, que no te resultara tan familiar como para sentir que no viajaste, ni tan sofisticado como para que no pudieras relajarte. Que todo transmitiera una sensación relajada sin negar el hecho de que, efectivamente, estás en una zona con mucho estilo”. Y es absolutamente cierto: desde sus espacios hasta su servicio, The Nolitan encarna lo increíblemente cálido que puede llegar a ser lo cool.

Night Fever 3

Night Fever 3

Frame Publishers 2012: The Nolitan by Grzywinski+Pons

Night Fever takes you on a whirlwind, round-the-world tour of the very best in hospitality design...The selected venues, all opened in the past three years, were created by young, world-renowned studios and design firms...Grzywinski+Pons created a boutique hotel with a strong connection to the neighborhood...the material palette for the entire project, inside and out, was chosen to be elemental rather than a surface treatment...finishes that share the characteristics of warmth, texture and authenticity.

Wallpaper

Wallpaper

This freshly opened 55-room boutique hotel has recently sprung up in place of a parking lot in Nolita, Manhattan. Architects Grzywinski+Pons, the duo behind the nearby Hotel on Rivington, have encased the ground floor in a glass facade to connect it to the surrounding landscape...and a landscaped rooftop gives views across the city.

Wallpaper

Wallpaper

May 2011: Go NYC For Yourself

Much like Nolita itself, the new 55-room property pours ample amounts of style into a slim, sleek, geometric shell. Designed by Grzywinski+Pons (the New York City architects behind the Hotel on Rivington), The Nolitan's beech wood and concrete floors include colorful retro-inspired furniture, sweet-smelling products from local boutique red flower - and small balconies, if you're lucky.

S Moda (El Pais)

S Moda (El Pais)

October 2011: El Chic Neoyorquino

Si el talento y la fortuna soplan a favor existen originales y sencillas formulas que pueden evitar tener que sacar la tarjeta al dejar el hotel...El Nolitan es el nuevo hotel, diseñado por Grzywinski+Pons del barrio Italiano de Manhattan. Este refugio de cinco estrellas possee 55 suites.

Financial Times

Financial Times

October 2011: Stay Cool

The Nolitan is a tough chunk of concrete and glass, as robust as the industrial buildings that make up the area’s solid streets. Designed by young neighbourhood architects Grzywinski and Pons, the steel framework of the façades echoes the iron fire-escapes of the characteristic local vernacular while the corner melts into blocky industrial glass, giving the rooms the most archetypally New York views you can imagine. More open, more urban and less self-consciously boutiquey than some of the city’s new hotels, the lobby is built to appeal to a cool clientele. Very visible from the street, the sunken lobby is enveloped in concrete, timber and the best collection of book titles I’ve ever seen in a design hotel. The rooms are generous, bright, hard­-wearing, some with balconies, all with gritty street views that allow you to lie in bed watching the city lead its life outside. The Nolitan is also just about the most convenient place I’ve stayed anywhere in the city...For decades now New York has suffered a lack of good new architecture...Now, you don’t need to go just to look at good new architecture, you can stay in it.

Elle Decor Japan

Elle Decor Japan

December 2011: New York's 42 Best Addresses

Architectural Digest (Italy)

Architectural Digest (Italy)

January 2012: What's New, New York

New entry nel pianeta Nolita, acronimo di North of Little Italy, quartiere giovane ed effervescente a downtown Manhattan. L'albergo, progettato da Grzywinski+Pons, e un ode all eclettismo architettonico della zona che si riflette nelle grandi vetrate e che viene riecheggiato dall'uso di materiali come legno di quercia, marmo, cemento a vista.

Design Bureau

Design Bureau

May/June 2012: The Seven Best Design Hotels in America

We love The Nolitan, a new architecture-and-design savvy hotel in the neighborhood. Designed by DB cover boy Matthew Grzywinski and partner Amador Pons, the exterior of the hotel is wrapped in a jigsaw puzzle-like façade, while the interior is decked out in a mix of laid back, yet luxurious furnishings. Don’t forget to scope out the 2,400-square foot rooftop; it’ll make you glad you skipped the hubbub of Midtown for life in the ’hood.

Wallpaper

Wallpaper

October 2011: Open House Worldwide: The Keys to the Kingdom

This freshly opened 55-room boutique hotel has recently sprung up in place of a parking lot in Nolita, Manhattan. Architects Grzywinski+Pons, the duo behind the nearby Hotel on Rivington, have encased the ground floor in a glass facade to connect it to the surrounding landscape...and a landscaped rooftop gives views across the city.

New York Times

New York Times

July 28, 2011: A SoHo Hotel, but Not in SoHo

“We wanted to showcase the light and the views, but we didn't want to create a crazy, transparent, voyeuristic experience,” said Matthew Grzywinski, of Grzywinski+Pons, the firm that did the architecture and interiors. “and we wanted the rooms to be comfortable and welcoming — we didn't want the purity of the aesthetic to interfere with that.” So the rooms are open, with large swaths of glass that alternate between clear and frosted sections, and simple furnishings: freestanding tubs, platform beds and wood floors treated to look unfinished.

Casa Vogue

Casa Vogue

August 2011: NY Ganha Hotel Cheio de Charme e Design

A profundidade modesta do terreno e a generosa fachada inspiraram os arquitetos a projetar um pequeno porém muito charmoso hotel, que conta com 55 suítes. Um dos destaques do projeto é, sem dúvida, a construção de dois volumes distintos, que dialogam muito bem entre si – as alas norte e sul são diferentes, mas os materiais utilizados na fachada são os mesmos. Isso confere ao prédio uma característica bastante peculiar.

Vogue Japan

Vogue Japan

Article about the Nolitan in Vogue Japan.

Figaro

Figaro

NOVEMBER 2012

Woman's World Scans

Woman's World Scans

FEBRUARY 2012

The Globe And Mail

The Globe And Mail

November 4, 2011: Find Local Style and True Grit at New York's Nolitan

At first glance, you may suspect you've walked into the lobby of a super-cool design firm. A sunken lounge area features caramel leather banquettes beneath pristine shelves of Phaidon design books. A black and white couch by the reception area is so covetable my travel companion snapped its picture as if she had spotted a local celebrity. Owned by a development team with deep roots in the neighbourhood, the hotel was brought to life by local design practice Grzywinski+Pons, which endeavoured to mirror the independent, fashionable look of the area. The glass façade integrates the hotel into the surrounding neighbourhood, and the building is split into two connected sections, preventing it from appearing as one jarring monolith on the street. A rooftop patio boasts views to the north and south, but, more important, allows you to gaze down on the water-tower-spotted roofs where real New Yorkers catch their rays...The words industrial and warmth do not usually go hand in hand, but from the poured concrete ceilings and floor-to-ceiling glass windows to the soft hardwood floors and red cashmere throws, each room manages to find the balance between modern and comfortable...This is how New York life should be: stylish, compact and right in the middle of the action. In the heart of one of the city's coolest neighbourhoods, with great views and disarmingly attentive service, the Nolitan offers the true Manhattan experience.

LA Times

LA Times

12 Places to visit in 2012

Tablet Talk

Tablet Talk

NOVEMBER 2011

We arrived in New York the same day as the late October snow storm. Venise was a bit down due to the cold weather, as it was her first visit to the city. Thankfully, upon arrival at the Nolitan Hotel the staff was very attentive. While I was checking in, a staff member kept Venise company (a plus for any parent!). She was instantly cheered up. Since we arrived late in the evening, we decided to do our favorite thing — call room service! We ordered sliders, fried chicken and chocolate mousse cake; it was a lovely evening of dinner in bed and family Halloween specials on TV

S Moda

S Moda

OCTOBER 2011

El Nolitan es el nuevo hotel,diseñado por Grzywinski+Pons,del barrio italiano de Manhattan.Este refugio de cinco estrellas posee 55 suites, además del restaurante italiano Ellabess

Vogue Australia

Vogue Australia

September - October 2011: New York's Best Hotels

Defiantly downtown and by turns gritty and glamorous, this just-opened hotel is named for the district North of Little Italy, a precinct cherished for its idiosyncratic charm.

Re: Porter Magazine

Re: Porter Magazine

NOVEMBER 2011

The Nolitan Hotel - Boutique hotels aren't exactly hen's-teeth-rare in Lower Manhattan, but the 55-room Nolitan, designed by Grzywinski+Pons and within promenading distance of SoHo and the Lower East Side.

Vogue Living Australia

Vogue Living Australia

September - October 2011: New York's Best Hotels

Defiantly downtown and by turns gritty and glamorous, this just-opened hotel is named for the district North of Little Italy, a precinct cherished for its idiosyncratic charm.

Travel & Leisure

Travel & Leisure

August 2010

Nolita's first hotel radiates low-key hipness and local charm (bath products come from the nearby Red Flower store). The 55 rooms are compact, but glass walls and balconies create a sense of space.

NY New Hotels

NY New Hotels

NOVEMBER 2011

Nonostante la crisi economica ritenuta peggiore della Grande recessione, New York si classifica come la città statunitense con il più alto tasso di crescita alberghiera. Il 2010 ha chiuso con un bilancio che supera le 90 mila camere e la presenza record di 49 milioni di visitatori, dei quali quasi 10 milioni stranieri. E nel 2011 Manhattan non si è fermata, inaugurando hotel per tutti i gusti e per tutte le tasche.

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